Muse Lyrics


Muse Lyrics

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From the Album The 2nd Law (2012) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Album The Resistance (2009) (buy at amazon.com)
2011 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album


From the Album Black Holes & Revelations (2006) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Album Absolution (2004) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Soundtrack Hullabaloo (2001) (buy at amazon.com)

Forced In
Shrinking Universe
Recess
Yes Please
Map Of Your Head
Natural Disaster
Shine (Acoustic)
Ashamed
The Gallery
Hyper Chondriac Music
Dead Star
Micro Cuts
Citizen Erased
Showbiz
Megalomania
Dark Shines
Screenager
Space Dementia
In Your World
Muscle Museum
Agitated


From the Album Origin Of Symmetry (2001) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Album Showbiz (1999) (buy at amazon.com)



Other Songs:
Bedroom Acoustics
Can't Take My Eyes Off You (from "Dead Star/In Your World" single)
Coma
Con-Science (from "Muscle Museum" single)
Crying Shame (from "Supermassive Black Hole" single)
Do We Need This?
Easily (from "Starlight" single)
Eternally Missed (from "Hysteria" single)
Host
House Of The Rising Sun
In Your World
Instant Messenger (Pink Ego Box)
Jimmy Kane
Map Of Your Head
Minimum
Nature_1
Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)
New One
New Piano
Nishe
Piano Thing
Pink Ego Box (Aka Instant Messenger)
Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (from "Hyper Music/Feeling Good" single)
Razor Blades
Recess
Riff
Prague (from "Resistance" single)
Shine (from "Hyper Music/Feeling Good" single)
Soaked
Spiral Static
The Groove (from "Time Is Running Out" single)
Twin
Who Knows Who (from "Uprising" single)


Muse Info:

Muse are an English rock band from Teignmouth, Devon, formed in 1994. The band consists of school friends Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard, who met at Teignmouth Community College. To date, Muse have sold over 15 million albums worldwide. -Wikipedia

From:
Teignmouth, Devon, England

Genres:
Alternative rock, new prog, space rock, symphonic rock, progressive metal

Years active:
1994-present

Name Origin:
Matt Bellamy explains:
"I think we sort of just named it because, um, the town we came from there was nothing really much going on there and there was a bunch of like people who just all started getting in bands and some one said they thought there might be like a muse hanging around our town which kind of inspired us to want to make music so that was when we heard the word first and we thought well, why not eh? Why not? And we took the name"

Members:
Matthew Bellamy -
vocals, guitars, keyboards, synthesizers, keytar
(1994-present)

Christopher Wolstenholme -
bass, backing vocals, harmonica
(1994-present)

Dominic Howard -
drums, percussion, synthesizers
(1994-present)

Touring Members:
Morgan Nicholls -
keyboards, percussion, guitar, backing vocals (2004, 2006-present)

Dan "The Trumpet Man" Newell -
trumpet (2006-2008)

Alessandro Cortini -
keyboards, synthesizers (2009, substitute)

Muse Quotes:
I think thereís always a serious change in the look of the charts at the start of a new decade going right back to the fifties and probably even before that. The last five years of the nineties was really pop orientated and I think you have to have that every now and again. It seems to have got a bit extreme right now with bands like Limp Bizkit dominating. We met them at a big LA rock gig and played with them.
-Dominic Howard

I know it seems like itís been quick but what people donít realise is that weíve been playing together for seven years so itís never really blown up quickly. We were Gothic Plague and for one gig we were Rocket Baby Dolls. That was for a band competition and we just thought weíd take the piss by wearing really way out white make up and smashed our instruments at the end. We were just trying to make a point by taking the piss out of the competition and we ended up winning it! That was when we realised maybe we were onto something. But yeah itís always a shock when things like that happen.
-Dominic Howard

Muse Awards:
2011 
2011 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album

2008 
Shockwaves NME Award for Best Live Band 
Meteor Music Award for Best International Live Performance 

2007 
MTV Europe Music Award for Headliner 
MTV Europe Music Award for Best UK Act 
Shockwaves NME Award for Best British Band
MTVU Woodie Award for Performing Woodie - (Best Tour) 

2006 
MTV Europe Music Award for Best Alternative 
Kerrang Award for Best Live Band 
BT Digital Music Award for Best Rock Artist

2005
MTVu International Award for "Hysteria"
Shockwaves NME Award for Best Live Band
Brit Award for British Live Act

2004
MTV Europe Music Award for Best Alternative Act
MTV Europe Music Award for Best MTV2 Act - UK & Ireland
Kerrang! Award for Best Album Absolution

2000 
NME Award for Best New Artist 

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